I am looking at heading down to Branson in 2014, is the Indian Day still rocking or have I been out of the loop too long.... Engaged to an authentic aboriginal indian who loves the motorcycles as well. She is looking forward to meeting all the tribe and wants to party!! All that remember love or hate me please educate me. Where is the Indian action going on now in the great country of U.S.A.
Welcome to my nightmare,
I think you're gonna like it,
I think you're gonna feel you belong.
A nocturnal vacation,
you want to feel at home
'cause you belong.
Welcome to my nightmare
whoa, ho, ho, ho...
I have lots of random thoughts that occur to me, and then there's the strange stuff that happens at 4 a.m., since I primarily work the night shift in a moderate sized trauma center. I tend to be a nightowl anyway, even when I'm of
LaCROSSE, Wis. - Norma J. (Rosenow) Peterson, 85, of La Crosse, died Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, at the Hillview Health Care Center.
She was born in Sumner, Iowa, on Oct. 19, 1924, to Otto and Amanda (Pries) Schumacher. She married Reuben Rosenow on Dec. 7, 1947, in Sumner, and he preceded her in death on Nov. 7, 1994. Norma and Reuben spent numerous winters in Texas, where they become close friends with George and Helen (Schauland) Peterson. Norma and George were married on June 20, 1996, in Sum
I just wanted to post a little info about the relay problems on the Gilroy Indians. What the relay does,what causes the problem and a solution.
Every Indian rider knows the sound. You get on your bike, hit the start button and all you hear is click. The dreaded Gilroy relay click. The problematic relay on the bottom of the harness control (under the console) has probably left more Indian riders stranded and cussing their bike than any other problem on the bikes. There were more serious prob
Rode from Denver down to 4-corners (Durango) this year and I did not see another Indian anywhere. I was there in 2005 and we had a good showing of Chiefs.
I need to add that my Blackhawk PP - 110" with Thunder Max EFI kicked HD but over those summits. That EFI is worth every penny (whole fucken bunch of pennies, but worth it).
Michael C. Hirst, 46, of Cedar Lane, Carlisle, died Saturday, April 19, 2008, in Carlisle Regional Medical Center.
He was born Oct. 12, 1961, in Missouri, to Rita Ann Johnson Hirst of Carlisle and the late Claude A. Hirst.
Michael was a machinst by trade, and had been working as a cashier at the Hess Gas Station on the Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Township.
He was a avid NASCAR fan, enjoyed fishing and was a loving and caring person who shared his life with many.
Besides his mo
Let me start by introducing my self. My Name is Rob Welch. Better known as Rob-o to all my close friend's and family. I have been ridding a 2001 Indian scout for about five year's until some fellow pulling a trialer took me out going around a sharp bend. When I came around the curve he was in my lane. I had no time to react or to get the hell out of his way. When I colided with his trailer I lost my left leg about the knee and compound fractured my pelvis. There fore it severed my femeral artery
My riding friend has an '02 Spirit with the SS 88 engine. He had the dealer put on Vance & Hines longshots and a rejet. It backfires after it warms up and then sputters and miss fires. Since there doesn't seem to be much help around, can anyone offer suggestions to get it going again? Also, can anyone direct me to service manuals for the Spirit?
QUOTE(GarlicIndian @ Oct 23 2006, 08:50 PM)
Not a problem, Dan. You had a long ride ahead of you and I would have only slowed you down. We'll have other opportunities to ride togther.
It was good meeting you, John. I can give you the curves I have but they are specific to the S&S. The PP curves are posted around here somewhere. I think they're on Homer's site, as well. I'll send you a link if I track them down. Saw Ed at the gas station on Sunday just before I left. I reminded